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New Technology Uses Microwave Heat to Achieve Smooth, Dry Underarms

A brand new hair technology has hit the hair removal market. According to Women’s Health, the FDA has recently cleared the use of Miramar Labs’ miraDry technology for the removal…

No Surprise: Kanye West Surprise Fashion Show Enrages Other Designers

Kanye West is no stranger to controversy, and now he’s enraging designers at New York Fashion Week. In addition to his rap career, West is known for his work in…

Cutest Story Ever? Artist Creates Fantasy Worlds With Young Cancer Patients

At a time when popular fantasy books for middle school students focus on love triangles and sexy vampires, a new fantasy project calls back to the genre’s fairy tale roots.…

Britain Plagues With Flooding As Tropical Storm Henri Hits

According to a recent update from Express UK, Britain is experiencing severe flood alert warnings, as tropical Storm Henri sweeps the country, leaving behind it a wake of destruction. Side-effects…

Secret Service Frets as Pope Set to Ride Through Streets in Unenclosed Vehicle

The pope will be riding around the country in style when he arrives for his much-anticipated visit to the U.S. on Tuesday, but the Secret Service isn’t very keen on…

New Cancer Drug Can Shrink Tumors ‘in Front of Your Eyes’

New Cancer Drug Can Shrink Tumors ‘in Front of Your Eyes’

Each year, more than 600 Floridians lose their battle with melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, and thousands more begin their battle. It’s estimated that one in five…

Japan Officially Picks Its Best Toilets

Japan Officially Picks Its Best Toilets

Out of almost 380 contenders, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government has picked out 28 public toilets as the winners of its first ever toilet awards, which honor the nation’s…

New Data Says There Are 3 Trillion Trees on Earth, But We Shouldn’t Celebrate Just Yet

New Data Says There Are 3 Trillion Trees on Earth, But We Shouldn’t Celebrate Just Yet

How many trees are on planet Earth? While this seems like someone out there should have the answer, up until recently, nobody knew the exact number. According to NPR, new…

Flooding In Japan Leaves Citizens Stranded On Rooftops

Flooding In Japan Leaves Citizens Stranded On Rooftops

While water damage accounts for nearly 23% of all U.S. home property damage, citizens of Japan are seeing more than just a few flooded basements, according to a recent report…

Odell Beckham Jr. Excitement Causes Bleacher Malfunction

Odell Beckham Jr. Excitement Causes Bleacher Malfunction

On the first day of the New York Giants’ training camp, it wasn’t the players getting hurt but some of the spectators. Practice for the former National Football League champs…

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